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Marsaxlokk Malta


The Republic of Malta is a Southern European country consisting of a group of islands in the center of the Mediterranean, bordered by Sicily on the south side, Tunisian on the east side, Libya on the north, and Gibraltar on the west and Alexandria also on the eastern side. The people of Malta are generally native Maltese but there is a small sampling of British represented as well. The current president is George Abela and the prime minister is Lawrence Gonzi. The government operates as a Parliamentary Republic. Malta has rich reserves of limestone, a rich tourism industry, film production and electronics manufacturing, to name a few. They are progressive in nature and have taken steps to increase their level of technology use in several industries.


Why Study in Malta

  • More than 200 courses are offered in Malta. These are adapted to assimilate international students and are taught in English.

  • On an average the living expenses of a student range from 300 to 500 Euros a month. This is very less compared to other European country.

  • One of the most unique features when students opt to study in Malta is that there are courses in agriculture, forestry and fisheries Science, education and teaching, tourism and leisure, Social and behavioral sciences, Transport and logistics which are offered by a few universities across the world.


Higher education was introduced in Malta and influenced by the British education system, of which they once were a part. In 1996, computers were introduced, creating great change in the university environment and opening many doors to careers in fields such as computer information systems, technology, and advanced programming. The highest educational institution in Malta which offers Bachelor of Science degrees is the University of Malta. It is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities and is the single institution of higher education in the area. Admission to the university is determined by Matriculation exam results for students wanting to pursue career paths in most fields, but can be based on the level of maturity and experience in fields such as the Arts and Sciences. The university system is divided into 14 different faculties and areas of study including the Arts, Education, Engineering, Law, Medicine, Media, and Technology fields



Study and live in a unique environment of an English speaking Mediterranean country

Students can apply for Malta Student visa with or without IELTS / PTE / TOEFL

Extremely competitive course fees, payable in flexible installments


International students are allowed to work as part of the course only.


Non EU nationals are required to apply for an employment license if they wish to work in Malta. This is applied for by the employer, not the job seeker. The employer must be able to prove that no candidate from the EU, EEA, Switzerland nor a Maltese national is capable of fulfilling the vacancy

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